colliric_855

Adventure World New Coaster - Abyss

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Seems like for a big shed? An enclosed station and first section like SAW, Takabisha, The Smiler Etc?

Cool. Sounds right. I am really going to Perth in January(Will leave Seaworld's Storm for next years holiday)... Edited by colliric_855

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Definitely too big to just be a station, I agree that there will probably be a small enclosed section, probably just a heartline roll like on Saw, Takabisha, Smiler and Karacho.

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The scale is tough to comprehend from the photo's angle, but Takabisha's station was similar in construction but much larger. My guess, and its a guess, it's a pretty standard station being put in.

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Numerous reports from people who have seen track go down on Adventure World's Facebook page.

Yep, thought about saying that here myself.... Guys, expect the next photos to include some track!

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Isn't it funny how Adventure World posted 3 photos of dirt every few days when construction was starting but now that actual vertical construction is happening they haven't posted in close to two weeks.

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Isn't it funny how Adventure World posted 3 photos of dirt every few days when construction was starting but now that actual vertical construction is happening they haven't posted in close to two weeks.

It was once every 1.5 weeks. So not notable yet. I think they'll update it the next post they putup. It's Winter and they shut during it so perhaps that could be it(less FB updates?). Also Perth has had very shit weather the last week or so(continuing into this week), possibly that may have delayed them taking pictures of construction. Edited by colliric_855

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The coaster mustn't be very big then... that doesn't look like a whole lot of coaster in the photo, surely they will have to go outside...

As we've stated that's just the indoor prelift section of the coaster often seen on Gerstlauer's coasters including Saw the Ride, Takabisha and Karacho. There will be a much larger outdoor section.

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As we've stated that's just the indoor prelift section of the coaster often seen on Gerstlauer's coasters including Saw the Ride, Takabisha and Karacho. There will be a much larger outdoor section.

Awesome...

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Actually, is it just me or is the layout of the indoor section practically identical to Saw the Ride? It could be possible that this new ride could be a clone? Perhaps Adventure World couldn't quite afford a fully customised layout so they opted for a pre-existing one other than the standard model? If that's so, I'm still very excited because I found Saw the Ride to be an extremely enjoyable, intense ride. A bit rough though, but if this coaster has Gerstlauer's new lapbar cars it'll be great.

Anyway, here's the comparison. From different perspectives, but note the similarity - drop, turn into brakerun, swooping drop into inline twist.

Adventure World's Eurofighter

Saw The Ride

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